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Tractor at Archbishop's Palace, Maidstone for bride and groom on wedding day

A couple have tied the knot and driven off into the sunset in a tractor.

Liam Broster and Catherine Wilson, from Vinters Park, in Maidstone, celebrated their big day with a giant orange Kubota, dressed in ribbons and bows.

The newly-weds said their vows in front of a small, tight-knit, group of friends and family at Archbishop's Palace earlier today, before heading over to Little Fant Farm to enjoy the rest of the days celebration.

The tractor outside Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone took the groom to his wedding
The tractor outside Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone took the groom to his wedding

The unusual addition to the wedding parade took Liam to the venue, and whisked them both away to the reception.

Mr Broster, 28, explained the reason for his choice was because he is a Kubota engineer for Lister Wilder, which owns the tractor.

The dad-of-two said: "If there was room I would have bought a combine harvester.

"I couldn't have asked for a better day, it has been great, the sun is shining and we had the ceremony in front of around 35 of our close friends and family.

"Now we are off to chill out, have something to eat and have a great evening."

The couple have been together for the past five years.

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